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Fr. Dan Brandt, Director
Fr. Dan Brandt, Director
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call me 773 550-2369

Fr. Brandt has been active in the Police Chaplains' Ministry since 2004, assisting his predecessor, Fr. Tom Nangle. Dan was ordained a Priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago in May of 1999. A northwest side native, he has served as Associate Pastor of St. William Parish (in 025), then as Pastor of Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Bridgeport (in 009), before replacing Fr. Nangle upon his retirement in 2011. Now the full-time Director of the Chaplains' Unit, Fr. Dan resides at a parish in Logan Square.


Rabbi Moshe Wolf
Rabbi Moshe Wolf
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call me 773 463-4780

Among his other rabbinical duties, Moshe has been involved in ministry to Chicago Police Officers for almost three decades. He also provides the Chicago Fire Department, Cook County Sheriff's Police, several suburban and federal agencies with chaplaincy services. He lives on the north side (in 024) with his beloved wife and family. Moshe enjoys sharing good humor and can always make himself available for a ride-along.

Chaplain Joe Jackson
Chaplain Joe Jackson
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call me 312 771-6684
Joe has been a Chicago Police Officer since 1997, working a foot beat along Division Street in 013 for many years before joining the Chaplains' Unit in 2011. He is the founding pastor of a church on West Chicago Avenue, where his wife, Christine, takes care of day-to-day operations. Living and ministering in the same community, Joe is better known in his West-Side neighborhood (in 015) as the beloved "Pastor Jackson."
Chaplain (P.O.) Kimberly Lewis-Davis
Chaplain Kimberly Lewis-Davis
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call me 312 771-6638
 A Chicago Police Officer since 2003, Kimberly has worked in 006, the Court Liaison Section and CPIC (FKA Operations Command). A natural fit in the Chaplains' Unit since 2011, Kimberly is a deacon in full connection to the United Methodist Church, Northern Illinois Conference. She is active in ministry in the Northern Illinois Conference and local church. Kimberly earned her Master in Divinity degree from Chicago Theological Seminary and her undergraduate degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C. Her husband and life partner, Mark, is also a Chicago Police Officer.

Chaplain Bob Montelongo
Chaplain Bob Montelongo
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call me 773 459-5089
Bob has been a Chicago Police Officer since 1997. He has served in 007, 021, the Targeted Response Unit, and the Bicycle Patrol Unit. In 2010, he was assigned to the Chaplains' Unit full-time. Bob was ordained a Catholic Deacon by Francis Cardinal George in May of 2012, exercising his ministry at Saint Daniel the Prophet Parish on the southwest side. He and his wife Lili and their family live in Garfield Ridge.


It has come to our attention that an individual has been soliciting interviews with local newspapers and on local television and radio news outlets, identifying herself as a "Chicago Police Chaplain," or a "Chaplain with the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation." While this individual is a Gold Star Families member (having lost her brother in the line of duty in March 2002), she possesses no police credentials, no endorsement from the Department, and she is most certainly NOT a Chicago Police Department Chaplain. The Chicago Police News Affairs Office has addressed this issue with local news agencies, advising them of the following:

The Chicago Police Department has five (5) Police Chaplains, listed above and available to our members and their families 24/7. Their contact information is listed above and in the official Department directory. They are ordained ministers and possess the extensive training and demanding qualifications required of a Chicago Police Chaplain. If you encounter someone other than them who identifies her/himself as a Chicago Police Department or Chicago Police Memorial Foundation Chaplain, kindly notify Chicago Police Legal Affairs, News Affairs, or the Chaplains Section.

We regret any confusion this unfortunate situation has caused, and pray the individual involved ceases and desists her behavior before legal action needs to be taken.

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